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  • n. Plural form of deceit.


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  • bilby flatters me outrageously - a practice I encourage at every opportunity. As to The Limerick King - self-anointed royals tread a perilous path:

    The "King" should eschew boastful ways.
    The rhyming gift visits but strays.
    We surely will stumble
    So, best we be humble
    And wait until others give praise.

    May 11, 2016

  • He might be the King but does he realise qms is Lord of the Universe?

    May 10, 2016

  • From the Twitter feed:
    Our nations are ruled by the Elites
    They're driving us into the streets
    Stealing our voices
    And limiting choices
    A few of their many deceits
    - @TheLimerickKing

    May 10, 2016